Completely block out the sun while driving a motorcycle or car into the glaring low sun by wearing a m/c shield or sunglasses with the sun blocker on the upper part of the shield or lens. Simply... More > lowering your head slightly to put the blocker into effect. Better than a car visor.< Less
Select images from my travels in Southeast Asia. I always make an effort to return to Laos every couple of years and I'm amazed how little changes. Luang Prabang will forever be my favourite city in... More > the world. I cannot thank the wonderful and generous people of Laos enough for making all of my trips special.< Less
Peter Kearns took us to Vegas, Baby and this is what happened in manysmall words and some nice colour pictures. Four boys, four nights, two vodka martinis and I'm trying to find my bed!!! The not-so... More > raucous tale of a night or four in Vegas. Not for the faint hearted... "Makes Leaving Las Vegas look like a film," Nicholas Rage, Thorner Reporter< Less
Now we've all seen the clips from those wholesome old monochrome US sitcoms; the toothsome husband back from a busy day in the ubiquitous office, smart in his suit, carrying a brief case and perhaps... More > wearing a natty raincoat. He takes off his trilby and hangs it on its peg and utters those immortal words. BUT...Who (or what) is really hanging up that hat in the hall? Exactly what awaits him in his suburban palace? "Hi Honey I'm Home" prose and poetry from the soft white underbelly of home and hearth from Madeline Lacques-Aranda, Robert Mammone, Mary Cresswell, Sarah Barr, Michael Estabrook, Juan Manuel Perez, Samantha Porter,Joe Young, Martin Feekins, Jill Crammons, Phil Richardson, Mike Berger, John Forth, Rhys Hughes, Suri Phillips, Trevor Denyer, Len Saculla, Rocky Wilson, Gavin Ireland, Philip Meeks, Douglas Thompson and Allen Ashley. Cover art by Faye Grimwood (http://blackedgeart.weebly.com/)< Less
*EBOOK VERSION* The Second Edition of "Walking Tours of Ancient Rome" completely updates all of the text, illustrations, and content of the previous version. This guidebook is designed for... More > tourists and scholars who are interested in exploring first-hand the grandeur and magnificence that was ancient Rome through a Humanist, secular, and freethinking lens. Twelve walking tours are designed around districts of the city. A second companion volume is also available with detailed entries on most of the museum collections we will visit as well as day trips to Ostia and Hadrian’s Villa at Tivoli.< Less
This anthology features the best pieces from Steel Toe Review's first year online.
Zachary C. Bush
Thomas N.... More > Dennis
Karla Linn Merrifield
Illustrations by Stephen Smith and Justin Wayne Butts
Cover design by Sean Hogan< Less
A COMICAL COLLECTION OF 1500 TONGUE-IN-CHEEK-TO-CHEEK DANCE QUOTATIONS ...
STRICTLY “QUOTE” DANCING - This volume of 1500 quotations is a light-hearted and light-footed tongue-in-cheek... More > tribute to the great names in dance: Dancers, Choreographers, Films, Stage Shows, TV Programmes … even fictional dancers, dancing animals and other life-forms.
As its title suggests, this book pays homage to the 21st century phenomenon known as Strictly Come Dancing.
Just as the Strictly… mantle has covered the globe like a Paso Doble cape, this book matches the international reach of social dance with a particular focus on the U.K. and U.S.A.
Strictly “Quote” Dancing celebrates in comic fashion the whole glitterball of glamour, glitz and gaucheness that has always pervaded the social dance world. The content entertainingly covers pretty much everything from the Len GOODman, the LamBADa and the UGLY Bug Ball.
More details at: http://www.strictlyquotedancing.com< Less